LLM from non-accredited institution?


Hi -

I graduated from an ABA-approved law school and am admitted to the Michigan bar. I'm considering pursuing a taxation LLM through a non-accredited institution via correspondence courses.

I'm wondering what people think of this, what potential employers would likely think, etc.

Thanks.

Hi -

I graduated from an ABA-approved law school and am admitted to the Michigan bar. I'm considering pursuing a taxation LLM through a non-accredited institution via correspondence courses.

I'm wondering what people think of this, what potential employers would likely think, etc.

Thanks.
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They would probably laugh. Don't waste your money.

They would probably laugh. Don't waste your money.
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ANC316

There are other online accredited programs you can look at. I think there is one based in San Diego. If you are looking for something more competitive, NYU offers the E-LLM online.

There are other online accredited programs you can look at. I think there is one based in San Diego. If you are looking for something more competitive, NYU offers the E-LLM online.
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petersta

yes, they would definitively laugh. don't waste your money.

yes, they would definitively laugh. don't waste your money.
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